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PM vows to make Pakistan a proud, prosperous and peaceful nation

Prime Minister Imran Khan has felicitated the nation. Source: FILE/Online.

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has felicitated all Pakistanis on the auspicious occasion of Independence Day and urged them to play their part in making Pakistan a proud, prosperous and peaceful nation.

In his message on Independence Day, the prime minister said the government has undertaken every possible effort for the development and prosperity of Pakistan, saying this country is undoubtedly a gift of Allah Almighty for us.

“As we hoist our national flag to mark Independence Day, we must reiterate the firm resolve to uphold our national values of unity, faith and discipline as envisioned by Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah.”

“We have surmounted monumental challenges during the course of our history to emerge as a united, peaceful and resilient nation. Even today, the changing regional dynamics along with some domestic issues continue to test our resolve.”

PM Imran Khan said we will also overcome these obstacles with our characteristic determination and come out stronger as a nation.

“Pakistan today can stand tall among the comity of nations. Our policies towards reviving the economy, handling the pandemic, and protecting the environment have received universal acclaim,” he said.

He said that on this occasion, we should not forget our Kashmiri brothers and sisters in Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK) struggling for their right to self-determination under extremely adverse circumstances marked by illegal Indian occupation and unspeakable repression.

“Pakistan will continue to extend its full support to the Kashmiris in their just cause. Kashmiris are looking up to the international community to fulfil the promises made to them,” he vowed

He maintained that Pakistan has rendered immense sacrifices and paid a heavy price for instability on its Western border. “We have consistently stressed that there is no military solution to the conflict in Afghanistan. Pakistan will continue to support a negotiated political settlement for durable peace and stability in Afghanistan,” he added.

“We want peace within and peace without, to pursue our socio-economic agenda. The Naya Pakistan has shifted its focus from geo-politics to geo-economics, with the well-being and welfare of our people as the topmost priority,” he concluded.